Night Heat

Season 1 Episode 6

Witness

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Aired Thursday Mar 07, 1985 on CTV
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Witness
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Continuing from the previous episode, Kevin and Frank try to capture the gangsters that knocked off two men. Their biggest lead is some professional photographs taken during a wedding reception on a boat nearby where the murders took place.
Meanwhile, Nicole's son gets into a fight and into trouble at school and calls Kevin to help him out. Kevin handles the matter without informing Nicole, which leads to tension between the two.moreless

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    Geza Kovacs

    Geza Kovacs

    Lennie Crane

    Guest Star

    Dean Bosacki

    Dean Bosacki

     

    Guest Star

    Thomas Hauff

    Thomas Hauff

    Newscaster

    Guest Star

    Wendy Crewson

    Wendy Crewson

    Dorothy Fredericks

    Recurring Role

    Sean McCann

    Sean McCann

    Lt. Jim Hogan

    Recurring Role

    Lynda Mason Green

    Lynda Mason Green

    Det. Fleece Toland

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • (opening commentary)
        Tom: One morning you get a call, tells you a kid isn't a kid anymore. The trouble he's in is grown up trouble. The violence of the night has spilled over into the morning. The call I got was different. Someone shot someone else, someone saw it, go cover the story. Sure, why not? A witness to a murder, there's got to be a good angle in that.

      • Tom: You weren't an angel when you were in school either, if I remember.
        Kevin: Neither were you. You spent the whole time in the Dean's office.
        Tom: No. I was only there once.
        Kevin: Once? Your whole junior year!

      • Kevin: (to Lt. Hogan) Remember when the words 'off duty' used to mean something?

      • (closing commentary)
        Tom: So Lennie Crane, a flashy restaurateur with a shady past suddenly discovered he had no future at all. In one brutal stretch he ordered the executions of four men. But what did him in was three bullets he pumped into a plastic woman with one arm. I like justice like that, especially when it's in time for the morning editions.

    • NOTES (1)

      • A significant portion of this episode takes place during the daytime including Kevin's dealing with Nicole's son's problems at school and Frank protecting the witness.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

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